ACBSP hosted its 5th global conference last week in Toronto. This is the first time the event has been held in Canada, home to 24 campuses in membership, with business programs in candidacy for accreditation, or accredited by ACBSP. Host schools Seneca College, BCIT Business, Kwantlen Polytechnic University, and College of the North Atlantic welcomed … Continue reading ACBSP in Toronto: Global Conference & Accreditation Forum Gets High Marks From Attendees
With a focus on personalizing the student journey, Post University® selected the enterprise suite of solutions from Campus Management to reach and engage constituents. Campus Management and Post University have a shared vision for engaging students throughout their lifecycle to create lifetime learners. Using CampusNexus® Student, CampusNexus CRM and CampusNexus Finance, HR & Payroll in … Continue reading Members in the News: Post University Partners with Campus Management to Provide Modern and Flexible Solutions that Personalize the Student Journey
You'll only know the answer to that question if you apply by January 31. The International Teaching Excellence Award Committee and the ACBSP home office have introduced a new and improved online system for the Teaching Excellence Award nomination and application process. To help streamline the process, we’ve added a nomination form to the Teaching … Continue reading Are You the Next ACBSP Teaching Excellence Award Recipient?
The Fall 2017 issue of ACBSP Impact — Leadership Edition is now available. Featured articles include: From Academia to Industry: Combating Negative Career Effects The Accreditation Roadmap Series: Standard One - Leadership The Practical Side of Standard One: A Focus on Students & Faculty Disruption in the Accreditation Space Click here to read online or … Continue reading “Disruption in the Accreditation Space” Among the Topics Covered in the Fall 2017 Issue of ACBSP Impact Magazine
TIFFIN UNIVERSITY, Tiffin, OH— Kristina Collins, assistant professor of management at Tiffin University, was named vice provost for academic excellence, distinctiveness and effectiveness, according to Dr. Peter Holbrook, provost. Professor Collins will lead the academic affairs team responsible for advancing TU’s academic excellence, distinctiveness and effectiveness. She and her team will be responsible for supporting the provost … Continue reading Members in the News: Tiffin University’s Kristina Collins Named Vice Provost
• Dr. Surabhi Aggarwal was appointed Academic Dean at International University in Geneva, effective Sept. 1, replacing Dr. Patrice-Anne Nuq who retired from the position. • Dr. James Maxwell was appointed Dean, School of Business at Lincoln Memorial University, effective Aug. 26, replacing Dr. James Hurley, who is now Vice President of Enrollment, Athletics & … Continue reading New Academic Appointments: International University in Geneva, Lincoln Memorial U, Roosevelt U, Drury U
The International Teaching Excellence Award Committee and the ACBSP home office are excited to announce a new and improved process for the Teaching Excellence Award nomination and application process. We’re going digital! The new process is completely online and easier than ever. To help streamline the process, we’ve added a nomination form to the Teaching … Continue reading International Teaching Excellence Award Process Goes Digital!
Many undergraduate business programs are based on a foundation of what are known as the FAME subjects: Finance, accounting, management and economics. Business students will gain a good working knowledge of all four subjects, but some may wish to specialize within one of these areas. Two common areas where students may choose to focus or … Continue reading Finance vs. Accounting: What’s The Difference?
Dr. Augustine Boakye, Chairperson of Essex County College’s Business Division, was recently honored by the Accreditation Council of Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) for his leadership and dedication to the organization. He has served as chair-elect/chair of the ACBSP’s Northeastern Council – Region 1 for the past three years. Essex’s Business Division is only one … Continue reading Members in the News: Business Chair Honored by Accreditation Council
The Martin V. Smith School of Business and Economics at California State University – Channel Islands in Camarillo has received national accreditation from an independent organization. The Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs, which has accredited nearly 3,000 business programs, evaluates universities on specific quality and excellence standards, including teaching, student learning outcomes and … Continue reading Members in the News: Cal State Business School Receives Accreditation